Roy Johnston

Roy Johnston

Aged 94 yrs

Passed away Nov 4 at Maranatha Lodge

Husband of Lorna

Father of Glenda, Robyn, Wendy, Paul and partners

8 grandchildren & 4 great grandchildren

Dearly Loved

Funeral Service Broulee Memorial Gardens

Monday 16 Nov 11am

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  • Fay Davis
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    I will be there in spirit Glenda and family. He was such a.positive happy man. Always enjoyed his company.

  • Kevin, Babe, Brian & Tracy Weekley
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    Sending our deepest condolences to all of you.
    Kev says “ I am so glad and happy that I kissed him goodbye at Ralph’s funeral.”
    Babe says she is sad and send her love and remembers so many fun holidays and times.
    From Myself and Brian we had the best experiences and send our condolences.

    The Weekley’s

  • John & Jill Walker
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    Our condolences to Lorna and the family. RIP Roy, honoured to have known you.

  • Jeff Irving
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    Roy… always a gentleman. An honor to have known known him. condolences to dear Lorna as family.
    Love Norma and Jeff Irving.xx

  • Maggie Beer
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    I did’t know your Dad, Glenda, but when I did meet him at the footy last year, he reminded me so much of my Dad…a really lovely and loving guy and a true gentleman. Condolences to you, my friend, to your dear Mum and to all the family. Much love xxx

  • Bob Bowden
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    I am very sorry to hear of Roy’s passing. He was an inspiring figure in my youth, someone who always made us most welcome, and was eagerly engaged with everything about him.
    He set a great example of health, fitness and happiness, and his wisdom on life and politics was honest and uncompromising. It was always such a pleasure to spend time with him, have a chat, and walk away, having learned something new.
    My sincere condolences to Lorna, Glenda, Robyn, Wendy, Paul and all the extended family.

  • Karen Cryer
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    So sorry for your loss i have only just heard ♡ Roy was a lovely man and one of my favourites at Marinatha x sorry for your loss and thinking of you all and Lorna.

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